In the wake of a public hearing, the Connecticut legislature is working on changes in a controversial bill that would ban insurer use of consumer credit scores in underwriting auto policies, a key legislator said.

State Rep. Steve Fontana, D-North Haven, co-chair of the Committee on Insurance and Real Estate, said via e-mail that his committee has “authored the bill based on its own ideas and those presented to it by the Attorney General [Richard Blumenthal] and other members of the General Assembly. We will continue to work on the bill to revise and refine our ideas based on further input from the general public.”

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